To promote new ideas, and explore the lesser-acknowledged creative aspects of science and technical elements of arts, I joined forces with a group of talented artists from London Fine Art Studios in Battersea to explore the similarities in the ways that scientists and artists work. Continue reading Viewing the Invisible – a science and art collaboration
Join The Biochemical Society at the British Science Festival for our event “Mental Health: All in the Mind?”. Continue reading Mental Health: All in the Mind?
Picture this. You are embarking on a new research project. You might feel nervous, excited, and even apprehensive. What will your supervisor be like? So imagine the horror when you realise they have no interest in you or your research. What do you do? (Hint: cry is not the answer!) Continue reading Managing Your Manager: 5 Tips to Tackle that Terrible Supervisor
Paywalls have become the scourge of this intrepid desk-chair policy officer, and I sometimes find myself reminiscing about my former university libraries with their vast range of journal subscriptions and inter-library loans, which together made paywalls seemingly non-existent. Continue reading Open access: what’s all the fuss about?